A new online platform to explore computationally calculated chemical reaction pathways has been released, allowing for in-depth understanding and design of chemical reactions.
Neuroscientists, neurologists, psychiatrists and psychologists alike struggle to connect behavioural symptoms of disorders such as ADHD with the neural mechanisms that underlie them.
Deep brain stimulation implants a stimulus electrode in the brain that then delivers electrical pulses to disrupt the hyperactivity that causes the motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
BIOVIA ONE Lab is designed to optimise workflows and processes by supporting the integration between various solutions such as ELN, LIMS, LES, inventory management and instrument management through a single end-to-end solution.
Researchers in Japan have developed a machine learning process that simultaneously designs new molecules and suggests the chemical reactions to make them.
Graph technology can help life sciences users integrate and analyse large, complex datasets, leading to better drug discovery, disease diagnosis and personalised treatments.
Chemical staining has been the cornerstone of studying histopathology for more than a century and is widely applied in, for example, cancer diagnostics.
Connect Vaisala temperature and humidity probes to the Jade Smart Cloud system and receive all the benefits of the cloud connectivity.
Researchers are using artificial intelligence and ECG heart monitoring as a way to non-invasively estimate developmental age in premature babies.
Scientists have used artificial intelligence to develop a 'world-first' benchmark for measuring brain atrophy in neurodegenerative diseases.
The browser-based software is used to automate annotation and clinical interpretation of increasingly complex genomic profiling in oncology.
Australia's national high performance computing and data analytics facility has signed an MoU with Japan's RIKEN Centre for Computational Science.
Recent data released by Autoscribe Informatics shows the breadth of industries purchasing a laboratory information management system (LIMS) — many for the first time.